We’ve sniffed out the best dog-friendly restaurants, cafes and bars across Hong Kong for days out with your furry friend.
Looking for a dog-friendly place to chow down on some good food or stop by for a quick refreshment with your pup in tow? We went sniffing around the city to find you the best pet-friendly restaurants, cafes and bars for your next doggy date. Whether you want to treat you furry companion to a morning puppuccino or a savoury ice cream, you’ve come to the right place!
Elephant Grounds is such a hotspot for dogs that it even has a dedicated pet menu for its four-legged patrons! Head to the Sheung Wan, Causeway Bay or Tsim Sha Tsui locations where you can order a Puppucino, Blueberry Pupcake and pack of Rainbow Tuskers.
Open Door Cafe + Courtyard
This chilled-out dog-friendly cafe is one of our fave neighbourhood hangouts in Sai Ying Pun, serving up delicious coffee, food and smoothies. The cafe also serves doggy-chinos for pups in need of a pick-me-up!
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Tucked away on Tung Street off Hollywood Road, we dig Blue Supreme’s selection of unique live beers and elevated comfort food not to mention the friendly staff, who will always welcome both you and your pooch.
Offering up delicious organic bites and fresh juices, Locofama is a great spot for owners to meet up and catch up as their dogs play in the open space. Keep an eye out for news of Puppy Adoption Days where you can come for a cuddle, or to even welcome a new pooch to the pack.
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Little Bao Diner
Little Bao’s Causeway Bay location features an outdoor area that welcomes all furry friends. A great spot to watch the world go by, pull up a chair with your pooch and tuck into a spread of baos and reinvented Chinese dishes.
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Feather & Bone
Butcher, deli, grocery store and restaurant, Feather & Bone has a lot going for it! We recommend checking out the Mid-Levels restaurant and making a beeline for its lush terrace. Sit down for a hearty bite to eat and the staff will offer your pup its own water bowl.
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If you’re walking up to The Peak on a clear day, make sure to stop by Rajasthan Rifles. The Anglo-Indian restaurant’s spacious Mess Hall terrace not only offers stunning views but is 100 percent dog-friendly to boot (complete with house-made doggo biscuits!).
The Pulse Promenade – Limewood, Classified, Sip Song & More
The Pulse Promenade, 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, www.thepulse.com.hk
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On a hot day, your pooch will thank you for hitting up Gino’s. Known for serving authentic Italian gelato, the locations in Stanley and at The Peak also serve dog-friendly flavours, which comes in both beef and cheese flavours!
Gino’s Gelato (The Peak), Shop G18, Peak Tower, The Peak, Hong Kong
Gino’s Gelato (Stanley), Shop G09, G/F, Stanley Plaza, 23 Carmel Road, Stanley, Hong Kong
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This neighbourhood Italian Wine Bar not only offers a stellar all-Italian wine list and an array of cocktails, but also openly invites all pet owners to bring along their furry friends. Celebrating your dog’s birthday? Pre-order a Dog Birthday Cake for an extra special treat!
Treasure Island Beach Club
Taking the beachfront space that used to house Mavericks, Treasure Island is perfect for pups and humans alike. The restaurant and bar offer breakfast staples, salads, burgers, drinks and more, along with a laid-back vibe that’s perfect for after a South Lantau hike or day at the beach.
Treasure Island Beach Club, Pui O Beach, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, www.facebook.com/treasureislandbeachclub
Flying Pig Bistro
The perfect place to tuck into a Sunday roast, Flying Pig Bistro is extremely accommodating if you’re taking your pooch along. On a hot day, choose to sit inside the resto or watch the world go by out front, the friendly staff will happily bring over a bowl of water with your menu.
Hooman by the Sea
Head to this pet-centric seaside cafe for dog breed-inspired hotdogs. Go for the side-hotdog-drink combo deal and sink your teeth into a guacamole topped “Bichon” or spicy “Shiba” (a West Kowloon branch special) and more.
Hooman by the Sea (Tsim Sha Tsui), Shop GF-07, G/F, Art Park, West Kowloon Cultural District, Kowloon, Hong Kong,
Hooman by the Sea (Repulse Bay), Shop 211, 2/F, The Pulse, 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, www.thehoomangroup.com/hooman-by-the-sea
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Set on Tsim Sha Tsui East’s breezy waterfront, Mulino features a sprawling alfresco space where you and your pup can enjoy some fresh air. The pup-friendly patio is lined with artificial grass which is sure to keep your doggo happy while you tuck into your Mediterranean meal.
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Mostaccioli Brothers (Mo Bros)
Hidden away on Elgin Street, you’ve most likely walked past this hidden Italian gem a hundred times! Complete with a fabulous terrace and ampleAmerican-Italian-style comfort foods, the chilled atmosphere makes date night with your pooch a breeze.
More Dog-Friendly Restaurants, Cafes & Bars Around Hong Kong
- Winstons Coffee – Snap a pic of your pooch out by the “Woofstons” water bowl! www.winstonscoffee.com
- Dough Bros – Pups are welcome to dip into the treat jar filled with handmade doggie doughnut treats while you wait for your pizza order. www.doughbroshk.com
- BOGU Pets Grooming & Coffee – A pet-grooming salon in Wan Chai that doubles as a dog-friendly cafe. www.instagram.com/bogu.hk
- No Milkshake No Life – A convenient spot right by HKU MTR station for an afternoon shake and snack with friends, furry or otherwise. www.facebook.com/nomilkshakenolife
- Giando – Popular for its weekend brunch offerings, Giando in Wan Chai has a handful of outdoor tables to cater to those heading out with their hounds. www.giandorestaurant.com
- HOLA – A popular spot beloved by pet owners in Yuen Long for satisfying all-day breakfast. www.facebook.com/hola.hk
- The Next Chapter – A laid-back restaurant and bar in Tung Chung with outdoor seating. www.facebook.com/thenextchapterhk
- Bathers – Serving up delicious “modern British cuisine with a spotlight on seafood”, it makes for a great lunch spot post-dip in the sea. www.bathers.com.hk
Editor’s Note: “The Best Dog-Friendly Restaurants, Cafes & Bars In Hong Kong” was most recently updated by Nicole Moraleda in July 2023. With thanks to Melissa Albarus for her contribution. With thanks to Lexi Davy for her contribution.
Main image courtesy of Stazione Novella via Instagram, image 1 courtesy of @bagel.thegoldenretriever via Instagram, image 2 courtesy of Locofama via Instagram, image 3 courtesy of Rajasthan Rifles via Instagram, image 4 courtesy of Stazione Novella via Instagram, image 5 courtesy of Hooman by the Sea, image 6 courtesy of Winstons Coffee via Instagram.